Graduate Programs

Blogs from students, faculty & staff

What are the admission requirements that you will find when applying to graduate programs?

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Admission requirements for graduate programs can vary depending on the institution, program, and field of study. However, there are some common requirements that most graduate programs require. Here are some of the most common admission requirements for graduate programs: In conclusion, admission requirements for graduate programs can vary depending on the program and field of

Graduating Student Spotlight– James DeVriendt

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It’s a bittersweet (but mostly sweet) time of year– time to say goodbye to some of our wonderful grad students! Starting today, the Office of Graduate Programs will be highlighting some of our graduating students, and wishing them well on their journey! Today’s graduate is James DeVriendt, studying Health Care Management, and graduating this summer!

Graduate school is always a good idea with Jenn Swank

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Jenn Swank, Human Resources Manager with Sorensen Gross. We talk to Jenn Swank about her own educational journey in receiving both her Bachelors and Masters from the University of Michigan-Flint. Jenn shares some great tips on what she learned over the years

What is the application process like for applying to graduate school?

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The application process for graduate school can seem daunting, but with some planning and preparation, it can be manageable. Here’s a breakdown of the typical steps involved in the graduate school application process: In conclusion, the graduate school application process can seem overwhelming, but by breaking it down into manageable steps, it can be manageable.

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It won’t be crazy forever, you can make it happen with Jon Davidson

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Jon Davidson , Solutions Architect Lead at University of Michigan – Flint. We talk to Jon Davidson about his own educational journey in receiving both his Bachelors and Masters from the University of Michigan-Flint. This podcast is brought to you by The

You’ve got to have a good you to be good to anyone else with Gregg Pane

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Dr. Gregg Pane, Principal, Public Health and Medicine for MITRE. We talk about his own journey through his education which led him through the multi-faceted nature of his career. This podcast is brought to you by The Office of Graduate programs at the

Is graduate school right for me?

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Deciding whether or not to pursue graduate school can be a challenging decision. It requires a significant investment of time, money, and energy, and it’s important to carefully consider your goals and priorities before making a decision. Here are some factors to consider when deciding if graduate school is right for you: Ultimately, the decision

Faculty Spotlight: Dan Lake, Professor of Marketing

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In today’s Faculty Spotlight, we’re highlighting Professor Dan Lake of the School of Management! Dan studied Integrated Marketing Communications and now teaches Marketing here at UM-Flint. He enjoys teaching students of various different backgrounds, appreciating the diversity of the students here at UM-Flint. Professor Lake works to get all of his students engaged and thinking

It’s ok to change your mind during your educational journey with Haley Dawson

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Haley Dawson, a fourth year PhD Psychology student at Florida International University with primary research interests in memory and memory improvement, investigative interviewing, and interdisciplinary collaborations. We talk about her journey from obtaining a B.S. in Biology, and a B.A. in Psychology,

What are the different types of graduate degrees?

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Graduate degrees are advanced academic degrees that students can pursue after completing a bachelor’s degree. They provide specialized education and training in a particular field, and can open doors to new career opportunities and higher salaries. If you’re considering pursuing a graduate degree, it’s important to understand the different types of degrees available. Here are